Fifty minute Hour

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Other Press, Jun 17, 1999 - Psychology - 312 pages
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ďA fascinating mixture of traditional psychoanalytic thinking with clinical strategies that even today would be considered creative and controversial, The Fifty-Minute Hour has never failed to capture the imagination. . . . No studentís education in psychotherapy is complete without reading this book. Decades after its original publication, it still stands as a pioneering landmark in the history of psychotherapy.Ē-John Suler

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Review: The Fifty-Minute Hour

User Review  - Susan - Goodreads

This book was intriguing. Lindner is a psychoanalyst is the pure Freudian sense. Some of it seems a bit odd today but most of it seems very relevant. The last part about the psychotic scientist is my favorite. Read full review

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User Review  - Alodia H. - Goodreads

One of my favourite psychology books. This makes me want to learn more about psychoanalysis; how smallest experience in past could affect our daily life, our daily choice, our decision... It's not ... Read full review

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Dr. Robert M. Lindner

Dr. Robert M. Lindner was the author of numerous seminal texts on psychoanalysis, including The Fifty-Minute Hour (Other Press edition 2002) and Must You Conform? He died in 1956 at the height of his career.


Jonathan Lear

Jonathan Lear is John U. Nef Distinguished Service Professor at the Committee on Social Thought and the Department of Philosophy at The University of Chicago. He is the author of Aristotle: The Desire to Understand and Happiness, Death, and the Remainder of Life.

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